That Lucky Beach is attracting the likes of Matt Gillan and Gizzie Erskine to do pop-up residencies in 2015 is proof of its ubercool status. But cutting edge chefs wouldn’t be committing to this hidden jewel tucked away off Brighton’s seafront if it weren’t getting the whole burger thing right. Such as using 35-day-aged meat from local conservation stock cattle to create a select roster of patty-led delights, enhanced by lots of bacon, serious brioche buns and stellar pickled onions. We like the the Double Double (£7.95) with smoked streaky bacon, chipotle BBQ sauce and smoky mayo and the LB Royale (£6.95) – double cheese, two beef patties, mayo, pickled onions, sauce and veg served in a demi-brioche bun – but the stand-out has to be the amazing Triple-Dan Chan (£9.75) starring 27hr sous-vide short-rib, Korean bulgogi BBQ marinade, a half pound lof ocal wild-range beef, gooey cheese, veg, pickled onions, LB mayo, sauce and a demi-brioche bun. Hip setting and Sussex beers from Darkstar and Firebird, too.